Akara (Beans Cake)

Akara or Beans cake is one of those Nigerian foods that everyone loves to eat. The Igbo, Hausa, and Yoruba enjoy this delicacy. However, with slight variation in recipes.

In Nigeria, akara is served as a snack when combined with bread. Otherwise, it is paired with either pap or custard and served as breakfast or dinner.

Here is what I made last night.
Akara (beans cake)

Ewa Agoyin

Ewa Agoyin is a delicious pepper sauce that is made in Yoruba land and usually served with well-cooked beans. I grew up in Lagos state so I had a lot of this for breakfast.

Ewa agoyin

We add fried plantain and assorted meat sometimes, it’s to die for!

The Yorubas sure have a twist to everything. There is stew and there is ewa agoyin ...

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Nigerian Beans Recipes

Like I said before, Ewa (beans) and bread is a very popular breakfast recipe in Lagos Nigeria and because I want to make this site as comprehensives as possible I don’t want to leave out any important food

The above image is not porridge beans, the recipe is completely different from other Nigerian beans recipes, you cook the beans separately and then make a special kind of stew. You will learn to make this stew the exact way it is made ...

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Fried Eggs

Fried eggs are one of the easy breakfast ideas from Nigeria. You could serve with bread, yams or even noodles.

When you are running late to meet up with office hours, this recipe will save you lots of headaches. 😀

I made this for myself this morning, it was a quick fix. I eat this kind of food when I am in a hurry to meet up with an appointment.

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Tomato Sauce

Tomato sauce is usually served with yam in Nigeria. It is quite easy to prepare. What you find below is tomato sauce and fried yam. It goes both as a perfect breakfast meal in Nigerian and could also serve as dinner. I like this particularly because it keeps the stomach light and it is simple to prepare.

Tomato Sauce

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